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Luke Mitchell faces the fear factor in ‘Black Water: Abyss’

Luke Mitchell with Jessica McNamee.

Luke Mitchell shot Andrew Traucki’s Black Water: Abyss, a survival thriller about five people who are attacked by killer crocodiles, in a purpose-built pool near Brisbane, but it was no picnic.

“The fear factor was real. There were tricky conditions as we were immersed in rising water in the dark with only our headlamps and torches for illumination,” the actor tells If after returning to his home in Los Angeles.

Mitchell readily accepted the role for several reasons. He wanted to “get my hands dirty” after playing Captain John Abraham in The Code, a military legal drama which screens on CBS All Access in the Us and here on 10 All Access.

It was his first ever genre film, it enabled him to come back to his native Queensland, and it was his first chance to work with Jessica McNamee.

“There was minimal dialogue, so
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Blindspot: 10 Questions We Need Answered In The Final Season

Set in New York City, right in the middle of Times Square, a young lady unzipped a duffle bag and stepped her naked body into our lives. Little did we know, she would lead us on a wild tattoo and action-packed adventure for four seasons.

With Jane Doe becoming a member of the FBI, Blindspot was born. throughout their journey, we've come to love and hate some of the characters that have graced the screen. Some seasons proved why the idea of a memory missing woman was on point while others showed why there were cancellation rumors every year.

With Blindspot heading into its final season, the writers will have to tie up loose ends, break and forge bonds, and hopefully, just hopefully answer every question fans have as our favorite FBI characters depart.

Here are 10 questions we need answered in the final season.

This pairing is just as important as Weller and Jane.
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Blindspot: Is the NBC TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Five?

Vulture Watch

Is Jane Doe's journey at its end? Has the Blindspot TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fifth season on NBC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Blindspot, season five. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

An NBC action thriller, Blindspot stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer. After amnesiac “Jane Doe” (Alexander) is found in Times Square, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Stapleton) and his team work to decipher her intricate tattoos. Despite a web of conspiracy and corruption, they begin to uncover the clues therein, as well as Jane’s identity. As season four
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Blindspot: Season Four Ratings

Last year, NBC moved its Blindspot TV show to Fridays, where it fell even further in the Nielsen ratings -- far enough that it is lucky it did not get cancelled. Now that it is back for a fourth season, will it be the final one, or will the Peacock Network keep it around until it hits that 100-episode mark? Will Blindspot be cancelled or renewed for season five? Stay tuned. **Status update below.

An action thriller, Blindspot stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer. After amnesiac "Jane Doe" (Alexander) is found in Times Square, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Stapleton) and his team work to decipher her intricate tattoos. Despite a web of conspiracy and corruption, they begin to uncover the clues therein, as well as Jane's identity. As season four kicks off on NBC the FBI
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‘Blindspot’ Ends Its Season Four With Huge Questions, But Promises A Season Five Resolution

‘Blindspot’ Ends Its Season Four With Huge Questions, But Promises A Season Five Resolution
Spoiler Alert: Do Not Read Further If You Have Not Seen The Season Four Finale:

First, the good news: Blindspot will be returning for a fifth and final season. Fans fretted that the show’s long hiatus in May meant trouble. But now that the final season has been green-lighted for 13 more episodes, all will be given a proper ending and explanation on the long mystery of Jane’s tattoos.

It’s a good thing, too, since season four ended with a classic cliffhanger in its two-hour season four finale.

We start with Dominic (Chaske Spencer), who took down the power grid. Jane, Weller, Reade, Zapata and Patterson head to Iceland to fix it, but are soon manipulated into being the fall guys for Madeline’s plot. Facing arrest, they start to turn on each other. But they manage to achieve their objective.

When they reunite in a safe house,
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Blindspot

Network: NBC

Episodes: Ongoing (hour)

Seasons: Five

TV show dates: September 21, 2015 -- present

Series status: Ending

Performers include: Jaimie Alexander, Sullivan Stapleton, Audrey Esparza, Rob Brown, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Ukweli Roach, and Ashley Johnson.

TV show description:      

A high action police mystery/drama Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) is found inside a body bag left in Times Square marked for the attention of the FBI. The bag sparks a massive security alert; suspecting a bomb, the agents are shocked to see Jane appear naked, though with complex tattoos covering her entire body.

Having no memory and having no records of her existence the tattoos provide the only clues as to Jane's identity. Supervising Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) is brought in and is shocked to find his name inked on her back. With his past also somewhat
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Blindspot: Season Four Viewer Votes

Is Jane Doe any closer to being whole during the fourth season of the Blindspot TV show on NBC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Blindspot is cancelled or renewed for season five. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all the Blindspot season four episodes here. **Status update below.

An NBC action thriller, Blindspot stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer. After amnesiac “Jane Doe” (Alexander) is found in Times Square, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Stapleton) and his team work to decipher her intricate tattoos. Despite a web of conspiracy and corruption,
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Blindspot: Season Five; NBC Renews Series for Final Year

It looks likes some of the mysteries of NBC's Blindspot won't go unsolved. The peacock network has renewed the Friday night action thriller for a fifth and final season.

Blindspot stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer. After amnesiac “Jane Doe” (Alexander) is found in Times Square, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Stapleton) and his team work to decipher her intricate tattoos. Despite a web of conspiracy and corruption, they begin to uncover the clues therein, as well as Jane’s identity. As season four of the crime drama kicks off, the FBI team hunts a dangerous enemy operative, and a deadly new foe emerges. Read More…
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‘Blindspot’ Renewed For Fifth & Final Season By NBC

  • Deadline
‘Blindspot’ Renewed For Fifth & Final Season By NBC
Blindspot lives again! After another spring on the bubble, the mystery drama starring Sullivan Stapleton and Jaimie Alexander has been renewed for a fifth and final season by NBC. The pickup comes despite NBC’s recent decision to bench Blindspot for the May sweep.

Blindspot was a big breakout hit when it launched in fall 2015 behind The Voice on Monday. Its ratings took a hit once the series was moved to Wednesdays in Season 2 and further declined when it was relocated to Fridays at the start of Season 3.

While not a strong linear performer, Blindspot has done Ok in delayed viewing and has an established fan base. With a significant DVR bump, the series is averaging a 0.9 among adults 18-49 in most current rating and 4.9 million viewers.

Additionally, Blindspot has been a strong seller and profit generator for producer Warner Bros TV internationally, including a lucrative deal with Netflix. For that reason,
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‘Blindspot’ Renewed for Fifth and Final Season at NBC

  • Variety
NBC has ordered a fifth and final season of “Blindspot.”

The series stars Jaimie Alexander as a woman who initially crawled out of a duffel bag in the middle of New York City, completely naked except for the tattoos that covered almost every inch of her body. The tattoos were codes, and she worked with the FBI to uncover secrets and attempt to prevent crimes. As the seasons have gone on, the web of conspiracy has gotten more complicated, both due to the truth about the group that used her as a human treasure map, as well as the ever-increasing personal connections the team made with her and each other.

In addition to Alexander, the “Blindspot” cast includes Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson and Ennis Esmer.

Created by Martin Gero who serves as executive producer, the show is also executive produced by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter,
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‘Blindspot’ Renewed for Fifth and Final Season by NBC

NBC’s drama “Blindspot” will return for a fifth and final season next year.

Blindspot,” which airs on Fridays, stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson and Ennis Esmer. The drama joins 13 other returning series including “The Blacklist,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” “Chicago P.D.,” “Ellen’s Game of Games,” “Good Girls,” “The Good Place,” “Law & Order: Svu,” “Manifest,” “New Amsterdam,” “Superstore” and “Will & Grace.”

Blindspot’s” renewal for the 2019-20 season comes after it was removed from NBC’s schedule for May sweeps. It will return to finish the final two episodes of its fourth season on May 24 and May 31. “Blindspot” is averaging a 0.8 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, according to the “most current” data from Nielsen, which includes a week’s worth of delayed viewing where available.

The renewal for “Blindspot” still leaves “Abby’s,” “A.P. Bio,” “The Enemy Within,” “This Is Us
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Blindspot: Cancelled? NBC Pulls Friday Night Series

Is Blindspot on its way out? NBC has pulled the TV show from their Friday night lineup, Variety reports.

The drama centers on Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander), an amnesiac who is found in Times Square and may hold the key to a major conspiracy. The cast also includes Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer.

Read More…
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Blindspot Season 5 Confirmed by NBC, Set as Final Season

Joseph Baxter May 13, 2019

NBC’s formerly-thriving thriller, Blindspot, lands a fifth and final season at NBC.

Blindspot, NBC's inventive crime drama, appeared to be on the verge of solving its last tattoo case. – At least, that’s what the network's recent move of pulling the show from its schedule signalled. However, in a surprising development, NBC has ordered a fifth season of Blindspot, which will serve as its last.

While NBC's confirmed renewal of Blindspot Season 5 did not come with confirmation of its number of episodes, the belief amongst the trades is that the final season will manifest with 13 or less episodes. While the move means that Blindspot is officially on borrowed time, it is, nevertheless a miraculous renewal, given the show's recent travails. As creator Martin Gero lauds of the pickup in an Instagram post, along with a teaser trailer for the final season:

“We’re in this together.
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‘Blindspot’ Off NBC’s Schedule For May Sweep

  • Deadline
NBC’s Blindspot will not air during May sweep, a scheduling move that does not bode well for the on-the-bubble drama series.

The Blacklist had been scheduled to take the 8 Pm time slot tonight due to Blindspot‘s previously planned week off. The Blacklist will air a two-hour episode tonight beginning at 8 Pm and will remain in the 8 Pm time slot through its Season 6 finale on May 17. Dateline will expand to two hours from 9-11 Pm beginning May 3.

Blindspotreturns at 8 Pm Friday, May 24, and will close its season with back-to-back episodes at 8 Pm and 9 Pm on May 31. The May sweep began Thursday and runs through May 22.

A renewal decision has not yet been made on Blindspot, now in its fourth season. The drama series starring Sullivan Stapleton and Jaimie Alexander received last-minute renewals the previous two seasons. NBC reportedly negotiated a license-fee reduction for Blindspot at its Season 3 renewal, making
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NBC Pulls ‘Blindspot’ From Schedule During May Sweeps

  • The Wrap
NBC’s “Blindspot” has been removed from the network’s lineup during May sweeps, TheWrap has confirmed via a spokesperson for NBC.

A new episode of “The Blacklist” will replace “Blindspot” in tonight’s 8/7c time slot. Another new episode of the James Spader drama will air an hour later at 9/8c, its usual time slot. “Blindspot” will be absent for the whole May sweeps period from April 25 to May 22, and will return to finish the final two episodes of its fourth season on May 24 and May 31.

Blacklist” will continue to air in the 8 p.m. slot for its last three episodes, finishing its sixth season on May 17. Beginning May 3, “Dateline” will take over the 9 p.m. slot with a two-hour window ending at 11 p.m.

Also Read: 'Manifest' Renewed by NBC for Season 2

Blindspot” is averaging a 0.8 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, according to the “most current” data from Nielsen,
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‘Blindspot’ Pulled from NBC Schedule During May Sweeps

  • Variety
‘Blindspot’ Pulled from NBC Schedule During May Sweeps
Blindspot” has been pulled off the NBC schedule for the May sweeps period of April 25 – May 22.

According to NBC’s updated schedule, the series will not air in its normal Friday 8 p.m timeslot beginning tonight and continuing May 3-17, with the show returning on May 24 and May 31 for the final episodes of its fourth season. “The Blacklist” will air in its place, moving up an hour from its normal 9 p.m. slot. The sixth season finale of “The Blacklist” is set to air on May 17.

The news comes as “Blindspot” is still awaiting word on whether or not it will be renewed for a fifth season at the broadcaster. Though nothing is official yet, the move does not bode well for the future of the drama series.

As Variety previously reported, “Blindspot” has been on the bubble at NBC previously and this season is no different. The show is
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Inspiring Trailer For True Story of Australia's First Female Jockey Ride Like A Girl with Teresa Palmer

This trailer has everything I could want. It’s a true story; it’s a sports story; it’s a story about a girl who perseveres and breaks through the glass ceiling in a sport that was dominated by men; there are horses. I love a good sports movie that will tug at my heartstrings, and this looks like it will absolutely do the job.

Ride Like a Girl is the inspiring true story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to not only compete in, but win, the Melbourne Cup. Sorry if that’s a spoiler, but if you’ve ever watched a movie like this, you probably could have figured it out. If they made a movie about it, then she probably won.

Payne is played by Teresa Palmer, who is beautiful and reminds me of Kristen Stewart, except she can act. She is joined by Sam Neill,
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First Trailer for Aussie Drama 'Ride Like a Girl' Starring Teresa Palmer

"It's not just about speed, it's about patience." Transmission Films has debuted the first official trailer for an inspirational sports biopic from Australia titled Ride Like a Girl, which is also the feature directorial debut of actress Rachel Griffiths. The film tells the story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup - horse-racing's toughest two-mile race - back in 2015. Teresa Palmer stars as Michelle, with a wonderful cast including Sam Neill, Sullivan Stapleton, Stevie Payne (as himself), Genevieve Morris, Sophia Forrest, Henry Nixon, Aaron Glenane, and Zara Zoe. This looks great! Seems to be a bit better than your average sports biopic, with plenty of hardship and heart keeping her motivated as she fights her way into the male-dominated world of jockeys. Plus, Sam and Teresa are both wonderful to watch. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Rachel Griffiths' Ride Like a Girl, direct
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"Ride Like A Girl"

"Ride Like A Girl", is director Rachel Griffiths' Australian-shot, horse racing feature, following the true story of 'Michelle J. Payne', winner of the 2015 'Melbourne Cup', as the first female jockey to win the event, starring Teresa Palmer, Sam Neill and Sullivan Stapleton:

Payne won the Melbourne Cup on November 3, 2015, riding 'Prince of Penzance', a six-year-old gelding, trained with a focus on galloping, plus a consistent horse-jockey relationship.

"It's not all about strength," said Payne about her win at the time. "There is so much more involved, getting the horse to try for you.

It's being patient."

Payne's victory was a total surprise for bookmakers, with "Prince of Penzance' a long odds chance at 100–1.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Ride Like A Girl"...
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Law & Order: Svu's Philip Winchester Says He Won't Return for Season 21

Law & Order: Svu may have just scored a landmark 21st-season renewal at NBC… but not everyone will be back next fall.

Philip Winchester, who plays assistant district attorney Peter Stone on the long-running drama, announced on Twitter that he won’t be returning next season. (An NBC rep declined to confirm Winchester’s exit.)

“Sadly for me, Peter Stone and his ‘the facts don’t care about you’re [sic] feelings’ attitude will not be returning,” he tweeted. “A huge tip of the hat to my amazing fans and not so big of [sic] fans. You All make me work harder. Thank you!
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